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If you ask the staff what the best part of working at RiverWoods is, they’ll tell you it’s the residents. If you ask the residents what the best part of living here is, they’ll tell you it’s the staff. 

RiverWoods, the Seacoast’s premier Continuing Care Retirement Community, is committed to being the best in the world at providing community and peace of mind for our residents and staff.  The foundation of our culture, the RiverWoods Way, is built on our five core values: Respect for the Individual, Authenticity, Not For Self, Mutuality and Sustainability.  Our core values direct and guide the way we work together, think and act.  To be a great place to live, it must be a great place to work, and RiverWoods demonstrates its commitment to providing employees the opportunity to be their best self by offering access to a variety of benefits to allow staff to achieve their personal and professional goals.  

If you are looking for more than a job and wish to be part of a community constantly striving to grow, develop and expand our horizons (we call that Be Better), consider RiverWoods.  Whether this is your first job or you’re looking for a rewarding career, RiverWoods is a GREAT place to work!


 3-11pm $2,000 Sign-on bonus

  • The LNA provides direct care and assists residents with activities of daily living including:  bathing, dressing, grooming, eating and toileting to the level necessary to promote health and independence
  • Provides assistance with mobility and functional nursing care as defined by the nursing care plan. This would include transfers, ambulation, ROM, splint application, positioning, Sit  Stand lifts, Hoyer lifts, and whirlpool.
  • Develops professional relationships with a wide range of residents, family members, co-workers and supervisors which allows open communication based on mutual respect.
  • Assists with assessments and treatment procedures as defined by the State Nursing Practice Act and facility policy to include: TPR’s, BP’s, weights, specimen collection, skin care,   O2 sats and O2.
  • Follows Infection Control guidelines including Standard Precautions, handling of Biohazadous materials and isolation techniques
  • Is familiar with and assists with care protocols including falls prevention, safety and elopement, behavior management, skin integrity and bowel and bladder management.  
  • Provides assistance/oversight with all nutritional and hydration needs.
  • Accepts resident assignment and direction from Charge Nurse. Observes and reports to the nurse any change in physical or mental function.
  • Demonstrates awareness of shared responsibilities for resident care needs   and contributes to the general care and order of the resident rooms, belongings and common areas.
  • Cooperates with the overall needs of the facility at times of increased demands.
  • Understands and follows established facility protocols regarding Resident Rights, Abuse reporting, HIPAA and emergency response.
  • Encourages and assists residents in participating in social and recreational activities.
  • Accurately documents the level of care provided to include LNA flow sheets and all other data collection as defined by the individual Care Plan.
  • Effectively communicates within nursing and healthcare teams. Participates in inter-shift walking rounds.
  • Abides by the RiverWoods at Exeter Code of Conduct.                           
  • Must have a high school education or equivalent and have NH LNA Certification
  •  Must have demonstrated a genuine interest in senior citizens with direct working experience with seniors preferred 
  • Must be currently certified in the State of New Hampshire.
  • Must maintain 12 continued education units (CEU's) annually
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Date Added: January 29, 2020

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